granulosis


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granulosis

(ˌɡrænjʊˈləʊsɪs)
n
(Zoology) entomol a disease that predominantly affects larval Lepidoptera and which causes loss of appetite and sluggishness
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In the early 1970s, a granulosis virus was observed on the grounds of CIAT attacking hornworm larvae (Arias & Bellotti 1987).
Effect of botanical extracts on the biological activity of granulosis virus against Pieris brassicae.
ADN characterization of eight geographic isolates of granulosis virus from the potato tuber moth (Phthorimaea operculella) (Lepidoptera, Gelechiidae).
Key Words: Hydatid cyst, Pulmonary hydatid cyst disease, Echinococcus granulosis.
Grupo Especies representativas Virus Virus de la poliedrosis nuclear Adoxophyes orana granulovirus (GV) + Homona magnanima GV Virus de la granulosis Virus de la poliedrosis nuclear de la mosca de la sierra del pino Virus de la poliedrosis nuclear Virus Virus de la poliedrosis nuclear de Heliothis virescens Virus de la poliedrosis nuclear de la polilla Gypsi sp.
En el examen histopatologico se observa acantosis, hiperqueratosis, granulosis y exocitosis linfocitaria; pero los hallazgos fundamentales que se deben presentar histologicamente para el diagnostico de la enfermedad son la degeneracion hidropica del estrato basal, los cuerpos coloidales de civatte y LA presencia de un infiltrado inflamatorio, caracterizado por su disposicion subepitelial en banda.
Reconocimiento, seleccion y evaluacion de aislamientos nativos de virus de la granulosis para el control biologico de la polilla guatemalteca de la papa Tecia solanivora.
magna infection as actually being caused by this parasite; however, certain described signs may have been due to injury (Lankester and Samuel 1998), bacterial infection (Leighton 2001), Echinococcus granulosis, or Taenia hydatigena cysts (Jones and Pybus 2001).
Coordinated control of Pieris rapae with Trichogramma evanescens and granulosis virus.
An ELISA (enzyme linked immuno-sorbent assay) test for Echinococcus granulosis was positive to a titre of 1:256.